About your Search

20100901
20100930
SHOW
Hannity 12
Today 7
( more )
STATION
FOXNEWS 63
MSNBC 45
CSPAN 28
CNN 24
KQED (PBS) 11
KRCB (PBS) 10
WETA 9
WHUT (Howard University Television) 9
WUSA (CBS) 9
WJLA (ABC) 8
KGO (ABC) 7
WMAR (ABC) 6
WMPT (PBS) 6
KNTV (NBC) 5
SFGTV 5
WTTG 5
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 269
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 269 (some duplicates have been removed)
by the superior presidency of george w. bush. mr. mckinnon is the latest to embrace the question of those billboards of president bush asking, you miss me yet. lord no, hello, a thousand times no. perhaps as an homage as to how the bush presidency made a case for war, he claims that obama wonders at the fickle nature of a seemingly ungrateful nature. obama, tea partiers should thank me for tax breaks. not nation, tea partiers. time, mckinnon also writes is softening judgment on bush's legacy. the link there to one analyst's opinion that the last two years, quote, potentially could put bush in a better light. bush's handling of katrina is more popular in a louisiana poll than obama's handling of the bp spill. the link there goes to an article pointing out that louisiana is a republican state and many who would have favored obama were not counted in the poll. why? because they no longer live in louisiana. 1,600 of them no longer live at all. while obama's approval rating has fallen 20 points since 2009, bush's has climbed ten points. 52%, which would be a majority, approve of obama. the tou
that the shadow over obama's address is cast by the superior presidency of george w. bush. mr. mckinnon is the latest to embrace the message of those billboards depicting mr. bush asking miss me yet? the answer in our fourth story tonight is not so much no as lord, no. hell, no. a thousand times, no. perhaps as an homage as to how the bush presidency made a case for war, mr. mckinnon cherry picks facts to make a case for bush. he claims that obama wonders at the fickle nature of a seemingly ungrateful nation. that phrase links to this article. obama, tea partiers should thank me for tax breaks. not nation, tea partiers. time, mckinnon also writes is already softening judgment on bush's legacy. the link there to one analyst's opinion that the last two years, quote, potentially could put bush in a better light. bush's handling of katrina is more popular in a louisiana poll than obama's handling of the bp spill, he writes. the link there goes to an article pointing out that louisiana is a republican state and reporting the pollsters' caveat that many who favored obama were not counte
of introducing you to mrs. laura bush. this is not her first time here to the site. in the days immediately following 9/11, mrs. bush was here. she came to pay her respects and to grieve with those that lost their loved ones. during a time of unspeakable tragedy, mrs. dish brought calm -- mrs. bush brought call and comfort to those she visited with and those who watched around the nation. each time mrs. bush has come to this place, her compassion has been felt by all who had been with her. she is a lifelong love for of our national parks, and her presence here at one of our nation's newest national parks help convey the importance of this place. please join me in a warmly welcoming mrs. laura bush. [applause] >> thank you, you all. thank you very much. thank you, you all. thank you, joanne. thank you for your good work here for the national parks system and, especially, for this flight 93 memorial. i am honored to mark this day with the families of flight 93. i am happy to be here with the first lady to serve our country .ith such grace period \ / thank you governor when dell for your good
the iraq war are whining now about president obama's failure to credit or thank mr. bush for implementing the troop surge in iraq, the way nixon thanked johnson for helping him end vietnam. bill kristol, the spiritual father of the war, said as far as he could go in praising the president, not a bad tribute to the troops and not a bad statement of the importance and indispensability. not a bad speech, therefore it's unrealistic for supporters of the war to expect the president to give the speech john mccain would have given. unrealistic? supporters of the war? what are the odds? team of policy experts who predicted so precisely the threat posed by saddam hussein's battery of nuclear and biological weapons which he gave the keys for to his bff, osama bin laden? whose glaring insights led them to understand what no one else did, how few troops it would take to win the war so quickly? how could this generation's best and brightest have unrealistic expectations of something as simple as a presidential speech? former bush white house adviser peter wehner told "the new york times" about obama's
a terrorist attack. to quote you, your father and mr. bush failed to use every tool at their disposal to find, defeat, capture, and kill terrorists and were unwilling or unable to do what it takes to keep this nation safe. your father and mr. bush, miss cheney, were utter failures whose track record on terrorism will go down in infamy, and worse still, your statements suggest that this country is not capable of absorbing the consequences of a terrorist attack, even though it already has, because it had to, because your father and mr. bush failed to absorb the warnings screamed at you by the intelligence community. america, miss cheney, absorbed eight years of your father and george bush. we have proved we can absorb anything. and the only explanation owed to the american people, miss cheney, is by you. is the name of your group "keep america safe," is that deliberately ironic or are you in secret agreement that your father and the last president failed utterly to do that? liz cheney, chairman, today's worst person in the world. >>> turns out that fox news is not the communications arm of the
fourth story tonight, for the first time, america and the history of mr. bush so often refers to as hiss ultimate judge with see for femthemselves the l extent of the bush economy. authored by a friend of the show, david cay johnson, who joins us presently, his story, a first look at a full economic data set from 2008, the portrait of the bush economy is now complete. in 2001, when president bush passed the first package tax cuts, more than $1 trillion, he talked about how they would help to grow an economy that was then in recession. >> my plan is good for the long-term health of our economy. it is good for the businesses that create jobs. this tax relief helps all taxpayers, it especially helps those at the low end of the economic ladder. it helps american workers by letting them keep more money and it helps small businesses so that family owned restaurants and startup software companies can hire more workers and provide more jobs for americans. >> helps american workers, helps small businesses, provide more jobs. nine hard years later, the verdict is in. the average american taxpayer
, and privilege of introducing you to mrs. laura bush. this is not her first time here at the site. in the days immediately following september 11, she was here. she came to pay her respects and agreed with those them off -- lost their loved ones. during this time of unspeakable tragedy, she brought, and comfort to those that she visited with, as well as those that watched from around the nation. each time she has come back to this page -- this place, her grace and compassion have been felt by all that had been with her. she is a lifelong love her of our national parks, and her presence here at one of the nation's newest national parks helps to convey the importance of this place. please storm -- please join me in warmly welcoming ms. laura bush. [applause] >> thank you all. thank you very much. thank you, joanne. thank you, joanne. thank you for your good work here, for the national parks system, and especially for this flight 93 memorial. i am honored to mark this day with the families of flight 93 and i am happy to be here with the first lady who serves our country with such grace period [ap
to mrs. laura bush. this is not her first time here to the site. in the days immediately following 9/11, mrs. bush was here. she came to pay her respects and to grieve with those that lost their loved ones. during a time of unspeakable tragedy, mrs. dish bught calm -- mrs. bush brought call and comfort to those she visited with and those who watched around the nation. each time mrs. bush has come to this place, her compassion has been felt by all who had been with her. she is a lifelo love for of our national parks, and her presence here at one of our nation's newest national parks help convey the importance of this place. please join me in a warmly welcoming mrs. laura bush. [applause] >> thank you, you all. thank you very much. thank you, you all. thank you, joanne. thank you for your good work here for the national parks system and, especially, for this flight 93 memorial. i am honored to mark this day with the families of flight 93. i am happy to be here with the first lady to serve our country .ith such ace period \ / thank you governor when dell for your gd work. thank you for
, you can down load them to your e-reader. you can access audio books. the bookmobile mr. bush outside the central library on quincy street from 1:00 to 7 today. experts will be there to help you with your down loads. you can learn more on the arlington section of where you live section. 50 neighborhoods are covered daily at wusa9.com. the heat wave gripping california is proving profitable for some businesses but crushing the hopes of some wine makers. and we could all wind up paying for it. >> this berry is one that burned in the last few days. it's still a little spongey, versus the crispy critters around it. >> reporter: john is a personable, third generation wine maker who, with his family, attends to 60-acres and they make award-winning wines but this year it is anyone's guess how the wines will taste and it is all because of the weather. >> this is one year we can't wait to finish. >> reporter: some vines were planted in 1888 and maybe they have seen this before but he hasn't. it was a pain in the neck from the start. late spring rain, a cool summer and two shock waves of heat.
of discourse to sell more arms. mr. tony blair held mr. bush's hand and said a lie that there are weapons of mass destruction in iraq and allowed the united states to enter into a dead look to lead to the death of both american troops as well as the iraqi people and the... basically created instability in the region. on top of that. mr. blair's statements should now be considered as a real statement and taken seriously? this is what we object to. we think that those who go to iraq and create a war that leads to the death and casualty of over one million people, where are they? if they are put on trial once, nobody would dare do these mistakes again. >> rose: okay. i want to.... >> ( translated ): allow me. allow me. allow me. last year i told you something, i'd like to repeat it. i'd like to repeat it every five years that i've seen you, i think. you see, in iraq we see a country that's friends with iran. our people are friends. >> rose: friends with the united states as well. >> ( translated ): we can find out if they are friends with the united states. >> rose: they are friends with the
and a special project that has her teaming up with president clinton. mrs. bush is minutes away. then jon stewart enters the no-spin zone. does the comedian regret voting for president obama? stewart vs. o'reilly, coming up. [ rattling ] [ gasps ] [ rattling ] [ laughing ] [ announcer ] close enough just isn't good enough. - if your car is in an accident, - [ laughing continu ] make sure it's repaired with the right replacement parts. take the scary out of life with travelers. call or click now for an agent or quote. words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. i'm gonna be here until we make this right. >> greta: several republican senators are suspicious of president obama that his administration has lane to give backdoor amnesty to illegal immigrants. the republicans on th
terrific. >> it is. mrs. bush, thank you so much for your time today. and thank you for the service to our country of course. >> thanks. >> laura bush. >>> up next on the "wall street journal report," the news this upcoming week that will have an impact on your money. >>> and rewarding good citizenship. recognizing the best of the best at the global initiative. workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. i'm gonna be here until we make this right. we need directions to go to... pearblossom highway? it's just outside of lancaster. sure, i can download directions for you now. we got it. thank you very much! check it out. i can like, see everything that's going on with the car. here's the gas level. i can check on the oil. i can unlock it from anywhere. i've received a signal there was a crash. some guy just cut me off. i'll get an ambulance to yo
are so crucial. like i said, you're no jack kennedy, or this is my microphone, mr. bush. >> reporter: at the jfk library last week, those involved at the time marked the anniversary with a look back. >> as we hit the stage, said i have to go to the bathroom. i heard the stage manager doing 10, nine, eight. he made that stage on one. >> i would urge all ross appendectomyive candidates in the future be sure to remember that more important than what you say is how you look on television. >> nixon's poor appearance on television in that first debate is reflected by fact that his mother called him immediately following the debate to ask if he was ill. also, polls showed kennedy moving from a slight deficit into a slight lead over nixon. >>> major flood worries in the nation apser midwest. rising rivers, roads being washed out and a failing levee. we'll get a full report on this situation when we come back.  >>> major flooding in the upper midwest is getting worse this morning. some people say it is worse than in more than a decade. >> i've never seen the river this high before. >> repo
the point that mr. bush made is the one that i would want to emphasize, and that is, traditionally, china's military power was based on a land army. when deng xiaoping came to office in 1978, china had four million, roughly, in its people's liberation army, mostly land troops, a very weak navy, and air force. deng xiaoping's approach was to reduce the land army and begin to build the army, or the air force and the navy. and by definition, that moves into the zones that the united states has traditionally occupied. china essentially began to want to be able to protect its increasing inter-dependance of the world. it gets 85% of its oil up through the south china sea, the straits of malacca. it wants to protect those resources, and so it's moved into the world. it's also acquiring the capacity to protect that. i don't think the conflict, military conflict, is inevitable, but i think we have to build some mutual strategic trust if we're to avoid it, and i think that's the core of the challenge that obama administration and its successors will face. >> you agree, randy, that it's primarily to
microphone, mr. bush. or i won't hold your age against you, mr. mondale. >> reporter: at the jfk library those marked the an verse which with a look back. >> when he hit the stage he said "i have to go to the bathroom." i heard the stage manager doing 10, 9, 8. he made that stage on one. >> a reflective nixon once offered this advice. >> i would urge all pro peck active candidates that more important than what you say is how you look on television. >> i'm eric shawn fox news. >> it is reflected by the fact his mother called him right after the debate and asked if he was sick. she knew something was wrong. >> we are on t.v. every day. not an easy thing. and one mistake can change the course of so much. >> in this case makeup does help sometimes. >> i wouldn't know. it's all natural. the plan to burn korans september 11th was finally called off. >> but what happened to all of the holy books of islam that were supposed to be torched. that answer for you as we continue right here on fox 5.  . >>> this fox 5 program is brought to you by kfc. so good. oweanyo ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] bur
freedom? >> no, look, this was from the beginning, it was a war of choice, it was mr. bush's choice, and it was a tragic choice. 4,427 americans are dead. 35,000 americans are wounded, plus those suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder please those suffering from traumatic brain injury. this is a catastrophe for america. for mr. flesher to expect a pat on the back, it's chutzpah. >> paul's view, we're better off and safer off if saddam was running arack. >> and 4,427 would alive. >> any time any loses their life in the military everyone suffers for it. but the point is you have a new iraq, an iraq that has a chance to become a bastion of freedom and hopefully an iraq that can change the arab middle east so it's a peaceful area where wars don't start. that's why i hope now with the 50,000 remaining troops we will be successful and don't lose the peace in iraq which is -- >> we have a diminished america, depleted america. we have divided america. we have drtragically military cemeteries filling up, a hell of a price to pay to get rid of a guy that was not threat to america. >> no
address that there was no doubt about mr. bush's commitment to the security of country. >>> john mccain reacted to the speech saying that president obama should have given president bush more credit for the success in iraq. >> what he should have said, i opposed the surge, i was wrong, i made a mistake and george w. bush deserves credit for doing something that was very, very unpopular at the time and instead, he had to say it is well known that george bush loves the troops. really. and the fact is that -- and the fact is that then senator obama voted to cut off the funding, not even joe biden being that wanted to divide iraq into three different countries voted against the funding. >> president obama says his debate about the war with president debate throughout the country. >>> the d.c. democratic mayoral primary less than two weeks away axe "washington post" poll indicates d.c. schools chancellor michelle rhee has polarized vote ares in the district. 41% say her record for revamping the school system will be a reason for vote for mayor fenty in the primary election but 40% say he
tribute. thanking mrs. bush in helping the country through those difficult days after the attacks of 9/11. our team coverage continues with wendall goller. he is live and east of here on the north lawn. >> reporter: nine years after 9/11 we still mark the times of the events of that day. the time when american airlis flight 11 and united 175 crashed in the north and south towers. the times when each of the towers fell, south first when american airlines flight 77 crashed into the pentagon and when united 93 crashed in shanksville, pennsylatvania. at this moment it was at 8:46 the start ofhe attacks and 15 inutes when the pentagon was hit. in a speech he said the highest honor we can pay to those people is greatest weapon in the ongoing war against al-qaeda. >> to stay true to who we are as americans, to renew our sense of common purpose. to to say that we define the character of our country. we will not let the as of some small band of murderers who slaughter the innocent and cower in caves historic who we are. >> reporter: in shanksville where brave passengers kept 93 from going to th
of flight 93, whose spare our country from even greater horrors. >> mrs. obama and mrs. bush met with families of the 40 people who died at the shantz mill site. after the 9/11 ceremons morning turned to protests in new york. >> a the center of this controversy, the mosque and community center been proposed two blocks from ground zero. as our susan candiotti reports, demonstrators on both sides used this anniversary to make their points. >> we're just a few blocks away from ground zero and those dual in rallies both for ande agains the proposed islamic center and moow. the rallies were peaceful and ey were passionate and they were kept about a block apart from each other. those who support the idea of that islamic center and moscow say that it is a matter of freedom of religion and that the muslim faith cannot be condemned as a whole for the actions of a few. >> we think the sullom days should not be used towhip up bigotry and racism. we should not forget that it was after the bombing of pearl harbor in world war ii that that same kind of bigotry was brought up to intern hundreds
of flight 93 who spared our country from even greater horrors. >> mrs. obama and mrs. bush met privately with families of the 40 people who died at the shanksville site. the first phase of a permanent memorial is expected to be completed by next year's anniveary. you know, it's not just a daye,f mourning for som but also a day of protest. ♪ and the home of the brave >> at the center of the controversy the mosque a center being planned near ground zero. protesters are trying to make their point on this anniversary. susan candiotti has been following it all day. what's happening there now where you are? >> reporter: well, one of the two rallies has yet to wrap up. ut you know don, those who both either support or protest this proposed islamic center and mosque say that september s11 i their view is the best way to stage rallies because each side argues that a center like this is about showing respect to 9/11 victims. how is that? for his part imam faisal says the center cld honor victims of 9/11 by showing there is harmony and unity among all religions. he says t9/11 was caused by extrem
. >> mrs. obama and mrs. bush met privately with families of those who died at the shanksville site. it's not just day of mourn for some but also day of protest. at the center of the controversy the mosque and community center proposed two blocks from grounde zero. opponents held a rally demanding the project be moved out of respect. some family members were on hand for th event. earlier in the day mosque supporters had their own rally defending the religious freedom of muslims to worship at the site. the police say there were no incidents reported. >>> today's anniversary was exposed to be a day a florida pastor burned the koran. but pastor terri jones announce he won't burn the koran now or in the future. he changed his mind after he went itto new york and met with the imam. it's not clear if that me'letin happened. we'll follow-up. >> relentless search is under way san bruno, people were killed after a explosion from the &e. th want to know if they could have prevented this since residents said theyr smelled ga for days before the blast. a meeting for neighbors was held this afterno
. >> mrs. obama and mrs. bush met privately with families of the 40 peoe who died at the shanksville site. after the 9/11 urceremonies, morning turned to protest in new york. ♪ and the home of the brave >> cty the mosque and community center being proposed two blos from gund zero. susan candiotti reports that they use this anniversary to make their point. >> we are a few blocks away from ground and the dling rallies for and against the mosque. the rallies were peaceful and passionate and kept about a block apart from each another. those who support thedea of that islamic center and mosque say it is a matter of freedom of religion and the muslim faith cannot be condemned as a whole for the actions of a few. le>> we think these solemn days should notse be used to whip up bigotry and racism. we should not forget it was afr bombing of pleasure and world war ii that that was brought up to intern hundreds of thousands of japanese in california. >> some say a mosque so close to ground zero would be a slap in the face to the memory of those killed on 9/11. >>on my constitution has been hijacke
. bush, or i'm not going to hold your age against you mr. mondale. >> they look at the-- >> when he said, i had to go to the bathroom. i heard them, # 10, 9, 8-- he made the stage on one. >> and candidates in the future, be sure to remember that more important than what you say is how you look on television. >> i'm eric shawn, fox news. >>awulie: yeah, he have' heard that lawn before. a showdown in the lonestar state, cowboys versus the texans, we'll tell you which team came out on top today. move over, superman, wshore getting a sneak peek at a brand new super hero. he's in a wheelchair, but that's not the only surprising thing about this. ♪ ♪ one, two, three, four ♪ ♪ you say ♪ flip it over and replay ♪ we'll make everything okay ♪ walk together the right way ♪ do, do, do, do enough plastic water bottles to stretch around the earth over 190 times. each brita filter can take up to 300 of those bottles out of the equation. lord of the carry-on. sovereign of the security line. you never take an upgrade for granted. and you rent from national. because only national lets yo
ahead. but it's important forward to you being in shanksville. >> i'm looking forward to seeing mrs. bush again. she has been to the crash site several times, she and her husband. i'm looking forward to meeting michelle obama. the security is very high. we have to be there at 0700 and be prepared to be frisked, interrogated. >> interesting. >> but it will be fun, i think. >> exactly. how is it for you going to the memorial site? >> well -- >> it's a temporary memorial site, as i mentioned. >> oddly enough i like it the way it was. whenever -- by the time we got there as families, we were always treated cordially and with a great deal of deference, but i wouldn't have minded going back and witnessing what the emt guys did on that very first day, when flight 93 was nothing more than a hole in the ground smoldering. >> really. >> it was pretty frightening. it hit the ground with such force that there was really nothing left of the plane. the people who were there to rescue living people were determined to find people who had survived. >> anything. >> but it was grim. no one, of course,
moments that are so crucial. like i said, you are not jack kennedy or this is my microphone, mr. bush or i'm gotting to hold your age against you mr. mondale. >> reporter: at jfk library last week, those marked the anniversary with a look back. >> as i hit the stage, he said i have to go to the bathroom. i heard the stage manager doing 10, 9,8, and he made that stage on one. >> reporter: a reflective richard nixon once authorized advice. >> i would urge all project candidates in the future to be sure that you remember more important than what you say is how you look on television. >> reporter: i'm eric shawn, fox news. >>> the sequel for the 1980's hit movie "wall street "was no. 1 at box-office this weekend. michael douglas, who famously uttered the line "greed is good," in the first "wallet" movie reprises of role of gordon gekko. oliver stone film ranked in $19 million at theaters around the country. up and lynnwood it was legend of the guardians: the oul of ga'hoole." and ben aflesh's movie, "the town"no. 1 last weekend slipped to no. 3. >> hear what mcdonalds says is the key to i
that is irreversible vis-a-vis iran. as soon as mr. obama enterers into a series of behaviors that resembles mr. bush's behaviors, two things will happen. first, mr. obama's time is over. in other words, when mr. obama becomes radical in his behavior, what that means is there is no change. and therefore he has been defeated. he has failed. and his presidential term will be not useful. secondly, america's most important-- historical opportunity will be-- opportunity will be lost, and america will no longer be able to replace itself in the world. i'm saying this as a person who sympathizes. captioning sponsored by rose communications captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 269 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)